Standard Time (album)

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Standard Time
Laurence Juber Standard Time album.jpg
Studio album by Laurence Juber
Released 1982
Genre Jazz
Length 19:51
Label Breaking Records
Producer Laurence Juber
Laurence Juber chronology
Standard Time
Solo Flight
(1990)Solo Flight1990

Standard Time is the debut album by former Wings guitarist Laurence Juber, released in 1982 on vinyl and never re-released. Some of the songs were recorded when Juber was still a member of Wings. Fellow Wings members Paul McCartney, Denny Laine and Steve Holley also performed on the album.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Side one
  1. "Four Brothers" (comp. Jimmy Giuffre) - 3:39
  2. "Dinah" (comp. Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young) - 3:11
  3. "Maisie" (comp. Laurence Juber) - 2:12
Side two
  1. "After You've Gone" (comp. Turner Layton, Henry Creamer) - 3:24
  2. "Stormy Weather" (comp. Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler) - 5:11
  3. "The Christmas Song" (comp. Mel Tormé, Bob Wells) - 2:54

"Maisie" would later re-appear in a different version on the 1993 album Naked Guitar as "Maise".


  • Laurence Juber - guitar
  • Joy Yates - vocals on "Dinah"
  • Paul McCartney - bass on "Maisie"
  • Steve Holley - drums on "Maisie"
  • Denny Laine - harmonica on "Maisie"
  • Paul Hart - piano on "After You've Gone"
  • Chris Lawrence - bass on "Stormy Weather"
  • Ricard Niles/David Katz - orchestra on "Stormy Weather"

Production notes:

  • Laurence Juber - producer
  • Richard Niles - producer
  • Mike Stavrou - engineer
  • Hope Juber - art direction
  • LB Studios, inc. - photography

Recorded at Abbey Road Studios and Air Studios London
Special thanks to Paul McCartney and MPL Communications


  1. ^ Beatleshelp Accessed May 25, 2010